It was moderated by Marji Ross of Regnery Publishing and the Clare Booth Isntitute.
Clare, Manu, and I were held incommunicado for 44 days, except for one phone call to our families.
Juan Pablo insisted that Clare look at him and “stop crying.”
“Much is just plain gone from the Eternal City,” as our reviewer, Clare Pettitt, points out.
After he made her promise that she would never cry because of him again, Clare realized “that Juan Pablo is worth staying for.”
I assured her that Clare was nothing to me now, and I convinced her of my sincerity.
He was a boy of fourteen when sent to Clare College, Cambridge.
The smile of Clare's childhood had scarcely altered, and it now shone full on the captain.
Putting my own feelings aside, it would be an insult to Clare.
About this castle and that of Rosmanagher the land is the best in the county of Clare; it is worth £1 13s.